Bachelors of Business Administration / Accounting Concentration
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The Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a concentration in accounting has two aims: (1) to prepare graduates with a broad understanding of the theory and practice of accounting, and (2) to enable them to develop technical competence so that they can analyze, assess, modify and create useful accounting information for the users of that information. Graduates are prepared to enter the workplace with the technical skills required to perform effectively in delivering accounting services. The curriculum is designed to enable graduates to get accounting or finance positions in business organizations. They are also prepared to enter graduate and professional schools in business. Students who are interested in taking the CPA exam should contact the lead professor.
Career Opportunities for Accounting Majors
Career opportunities are available in public and/or corporate accounting, industry, business, and government, such as accountants, accounts receivable officers, auditors, commercial lenders, payroll officers, and financial planners.
The accounting program has the following objectives:
For more information about the Accounting program, please contact the following Accounting department faculty listed below:
Morsheda Hassan, Ph.D
Average class size: 20 students (Fall 2011)